One of the reasons I wanted to visit was that my recently dead mother had rated it as one of her fondest memories of Florence; I wish I could say the same! First, the opening hours... 8.15 to 13.50 - one of the cushier jobs...More
About Museo di Palazzo Davanzati
1 - 10 of 235 reviews
We had a great morning wandering through this museum getting a feel for how the wealthy Florentines lived. Such opulence is seen in this palace still. Original wall coverings, ceilings and many, many artefacts show what wealth these people really had. This multi-storey building will...More
We stopped outside this palazzo on a walking tour of Florence and learned that it was decorated and furnished in period fashion. Entering was not part of our tour, but when we found ourselves back in the area with about 45 minutes of free time...More
don't miss this gem in central Florence. The wall paintings are exquisite, and the collections are phenomenal. This was probably my favorite site in Florence. Make sure you see the bedrooms – they can easily be missed, thinking that it is just a service corridor.
In a city full of amazing museums, do not miss this one! What a glimpse into Renaissance life... Absolutely fascinating from the moment you walk in the door.. up all the floors.. I believe it is free admission with a Firenze Card, too. If you...More
This medieval palace takes you back in time to see how a family and their staff lived. Our tour guide gave us a wonderful tour and painted a picture of the dinner parties, safety measures, sleeping arrangements, and even toilet issues that took place in...More
I have been fortunate enough to visit Florence many times. Because of my interest in the decorative arts of Italy, the Davanzati was at the top of my list of places to visit. Every summer I was in Florence the museum was closed for continuing...More
This medieval palace dating back to the 14th century was once home to a wealthy banker, it is very well preserved, now housing a museum , highly recommended, not your normal tourist attraction
It is a perfect to visit if you enjoy the art & culture. The best way to appreciate this place is visiting it, so, I really recommend you to do it.
I've been to Florence numerous times but never had a chance to visit this perfectly preserved (the graffiti is still on the walls!) medieval palace of a wealthy banker. It is truly exceptional and not to be missed. There are quite a few rooms but...More